South Carolina will head to Starkville under new head coach Will Muschamp. During the summer, many Bulldog fans penciled this game in as a win but after losing to South Alabama expectations have now become a big ?
South Carolina is looking to go 2-0 after just a 3-9 season last year. If they were to get the victory vs. MSU, it would double their SEC win total from 2015. The Bulldogs are looking to end a long losing streak to the Gamecocks – their last win was in 1999.
Both of these teams are eyeing 6-6 as a goal, so as odd as it is to say a Week 2 game is a must-win for each team’s bowl hopes, this is about as close as it can get to one.